The kitchen is a space that I firmly believe should be decorated well. I spend a ton of time in there and I feel like food brings us all together in some way.
Because of this, I started looking up kitchen DIYs, and I found an amazing video that I used to make my own kitchen supplies.
Wanna do some DIYs yourself? Here are Drew from Lone Fox‘s ideas. Be sure to check out his video below to see how it’s done.
Use File Organizers To Organize Kitchen Supplies
Using file organizers, label them however you see fit. Drew from Lone Fox made his for foil, cookbooks, cleaners, and trash bags.
Once you label them, you can use them to organize your stuff in easy-to-read containers. Perfect for whatever you need to organize in your kitchen!
Turn A Plate Organizer Into A Wine Rack
Who couldn’t use a little more wine in their lives? This cute little rack is made from some hooks, a piece of a plate organizer, a piece of wood, and some wall mounters. That’s it!
Follow Drew’s directions, then hang it on the wall along with any wine and glasses you may want. Voila!
Make An Adorable Bar Cart From A Shelving Unit
Drew really went all out for this one. Using an IKEA shelving unit and some wooden trays, along with a little spray paint, he creates a bar cart that instantly makes your space look classier.
Watch the video below to see exactly how it’s done. My favorite part is the hooks on each side. Holding a cutting board on there is genius!
Polaroid Refrigerator Magnets
Using card stock, print out tiny “polaroids” from photoshop. Glue this to some foam, glue those to some magnets, and you’re done!
These add a ton of personality to your fridge with so little effort. Watch how Drew does it below.
Check out Lone Fox’s video below and get going on your own kitchen DIYs. Which one is your favorite?